Thanks for the pics! I was down at the courthouse this morning which is right across from The Block on The City Drive -- and you can see Disneyland from the 7th floor! (ToT and the Matterhorn, anyway). Frick I so wished I was there, even in the rain.
Rainy days are the best at Disneyland -- except when it is December 31st, packed to the GILLS, and raining like this year.... holy moses that sucked donkey cojones.
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Thanks for sharing! The statue picture has an almost surreal feeling to it...good stuff!
You're right. Somebody at work (who is Russian) looked at my photos and said that Walt looked a bit like Vladamir Lenin in my shots. In that one, even more so! Mind you, I had no idea Mickey was so instrumental in the 1917 Revolution. When did he make an appearance? 1928? Must've been Trotsky's replacement...
Love the wall font for Pirates. It is not a shot you see very often.
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HOLY SHMOKES it was raining hard this morning! I forgot how main street turns into the rivers of america when it's coming down like that! Ponchos are definitely the thing to have....and perhaps a canoe!
It cleared up nicely though, by mid-day, and the morning crowds were extremely light. We walked on Monsters twice while we were in DCA. As in no line whatsoever! Space mountain was a 5 minute wait. Bring on the rain!! Whooo hoooo! :bow:
The Red Tulips on 2/27 looked like they were about to die, so I was wondering what the next flower would be in there. Looks beautiful as always.
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